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. >> hablaremos de los retos del presidente barack obama el próximo año . nt univision 14. ---despues de un año . >> después de un año complicado el presidente barack obama enfrentará grandes retos el 2011. >> presidente barack obama termina año con nota positiva, la interrogante es el espíritu bipartidista se mantendrán el 2011, las rencillas según el con los republicanos quedan en el pasado. >> espero que mis amigos demócratas y republicanos hagan los mismo. >> con el nuevo presidente de la cámara, amabos partidos tendrán que ponerse de acuerdo en las legislaciones. >> anticipo un intenso debate cuando volvamos de las vacaciones de las fiestas a cerca de cómo recortar el gasto público. >> con pocos fondos será dificil abordar este aspecto. >> el objetivo es dar impulso a la economía para disminuir el desempleo. >> una republicana insta para que se dé un nuevo balance. >> vamos a dialogar para que nos enfrentemos a tmas dificiles como el gasto público. >> ahora los republicanos tienen la responsalibilidad de gobernar. >> tienen que crear diálogo constructivo. >> presidente b
. if there is no one whom i feel is in a position to be able to beat barack obama and i feel that i am the candidate who can beat barack obama, i will run. >> sean: you said your family is the most important consideration. i assume there had to have been some discussions with family members for example, where is todd on this? where are your children right now on this? have you discussed it at this point? are some leaning one way, some leaning another way? >> haven't talked about it too much with the kids. i think i know them well enough they circle the wagons being part of the team effort that is everything palin is a team effort. they would be there if i chose to go forward. todd certainly there. todd knows that we have been blessed with these opportunities to speak a common sense conservative message that reflects what i believe the majority of americans are feeling and desiring in their government. we're blessed with these opportunities. is right by my side. whether i chose -- todd is right by my side. whether i chose to run or chose to continue to be an advocate, todd would be there by my side n
escuché ahora del bloqueo de los republicanos, es un bloquo a barack obama, no es un bloqueo al congreso, es un bloqueo al país, yo creo que están comprometiendo los interes del país, del gobierno de estados unidos, yo creo que barack obama tiene una oportunidad, él tiene que gobernar y defender lo suyo, no solamente el dre act, sino el desempleo para la gente que está sufriendo, este tratado de desarme nuclear con rusia, hay cosas que y lo han dicho, que quieren tumbar a barack obama, quiere que fracase, y si fracass republicanos, van a tener más representación en el senado, no complica más la administración de el presidente barack obama. >> yo creo que como clinton, que al final cerraron, y luego al final tuvieron que ceder ambar partes, yo creo que barack obama tiene que defender sus principios, pero tiene que ceder, y quemó mucho su capital político en la reforma de salud, pero más que en la reelección tiene que pensar en hacer desar con rusia, yo creo que no puede pensar en reelección, sino en gobernar bien a este país >> mario: y cómo crees que se puede convencer a
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challenger to barack obama, who wores republicans, there are concerns about several names at the top of the republican list. republican richard land from the southern baptist convention is ahead on the last word. sses nee a reliable financial partner. one who can stay in sync with their moves. my j at ge capital is to get bobcat all the financial and business support they need. we provide financing for every bobcat dealer in north america. together, we've rolled out over 100,000 machines to small businesses all over the country so they too can grow. ♪ ge capital. we're there for bobcat every step of the way. ♪ >>> only one member of the democratic caucus voted against opposing president obama's tax deal with republicans. what happened in that meeting that was so convincing? congressman peter defazio, the democratic leader of the opposition to the obama deal, is ahead. >>> and sarah palin's excuse for not playing much golf is in the rewrite. you'll start seeing a whiter smile after just three days. for a smile that's sure to stand out. ♪ crest 3d white professional effects white
. -- victories. here is more of why president barack obama could be on a role. >> reporter: after repeeling the don't ask don't tell policy, president barack obama has his eyes on a third prize, probably his biggest. >> it is not about winning a victory for an administration, it is about the safety and security of the united states of america. >> reporter: even so the proposed arms treaty with russia would be another feather in president barack obama's cap. >> do they have enough boats for passage? >> i believe we do. >> reporter: they believe it would restrict and anti-missile defense. >> i can't, i do not believe the provisions are adequate and i worry about the implications of it. >> if this was a flawed process and a flawed treaty... >> the white house is still celebrating the repeal of the don't ask don't tell policy. >> it is a great day for this country, a great day for our history. >> reporter: for the first time gays lesbians will be able to serve openly. but not immediately. margaret was discharged after learning she was a lesbian. she would like her job back but will have to wait
barack obama defendio hoy las concesiones que hizo a sus rivales republicanos en el congreso, que hizo a sus rivales republicanos en el congreso, >> el presidente barack obama defiende sus palabras. norma roque nos explica como afectara a la clase media y trabajadores. >> no habrá por los próximo 2 años incremento de impuestos de la clase media. pero tampoco lo aumentara alos que ganan más. >> el presidente barack obama extendio los recorte que ya venian. >> manuel ramos, economista, dice que es un estimulo a la economía. >> si las personas tienen más ingreso gastan más y hay más fuentes de trabajo por consumo. >> estamos cerca de los 14 trillones de dólares en deuda nacional. >> es una deuda para nosotros y las generaciones que vienen. va a estar sobre la vida de los que aun no han nacido. >> por lo que presidente barack obama acuso a los republicanos que buscan proteger a los más rics. >> la esposa de eduards falleció anoche en carolina del norte. los esfuerzos mñdicos contra el cáncer no fueron suficientes. >> se le había encontrado hace 6 al cáncer de mamas, tenía 6
why candidate barack obama did not support the mandate and hillary clinton d. his position was if you make the premiums affordable you can get enough people in the pool. this is still a private insurance market, and the insurance companies are out there, they want all this business, and nobody has come up with an answer for somebody who gets sick and can't pay it. they have their freedom to not have health insurance, but who pays the bill? >> it's a great irony that now barack obama is in the position of defending hillary clinton's position on the individual mandate. look, ultimately it is going to be decided in the supreme court. the outstanding question about that is whether the newest member of the supreme court, elena kagan, will recuse herself because the solicitor general, she was arguing on behalf of obama-care. the way the court is now anthony kennedy would be the swing vote. if he goes with the liberals and it's 4-4, assuming kagan recuses herself, then the ruling of the lower court would stand. >> obama is not going to get his wishes. >> no way, that's just a fanciful notion
presidente barack obama durante el aÑo 2010, cuÁles fueron sus principales aciertos y obstÁculos. lo hablaremos en el estudio, ademÁs, todo lo que pasa en washington. ♪ de una reforma migratoria siguen parte de los principales temas de desafío que sigue enfrentando el presidente barack obama. para la administración de barack obama el aÑo 2010 transcurriÓ en medio de un torbellino de retos, oportunidades, obstÁculos y severas criticas de parte de sus oponentes. a comienzos del aÑo el presidente de la naciÓn logrÓ concretar una de sus promesas de polÍtica domestica mÁs importante, a pesar de la fuerte oposiciÓn republicana la promesa de garantizar cobertura mÉdica a 32 millones de estadounidenses. la reforma inmigratoria, sin embargo, no tuvo la misma suerte y no fue tomada en cuenta. a pesar de los esfuerzos de importantes lÍderes. a mediados del aÑo 2010, la administraciÓn obama sufriÓ un declive en sus niveles de popularidad debido a las altas tasas de desempleo. tal acontecimiento sirviÓ de precedente para que el partid asÍ como las filtracioneer en la extensi
, if the question ultimately is are the media turning on barack obama, that may be another -- that may be another question. i think -- let's put it this way, bill. i think the slobbering has pretty much ended. at least for the time being. you know, and the slobbering has ended, basically because the magic is gone. you probably don't remember this, but on christmas morning, about a month after barack obama was elected president, page 16 the "the washington post," they did a story about obama's exercise regimen. they actually talked about how he had the sun glisten off his pectorals and he had a well toned body because he played basketball that kind of embarrassing garbage isn't going to happen anymore because the magic is gone and not as popular as he once was. the point is -- the point is, bill, that with the magic gone, a consensus has developed. the consensus is pretty much. this he may be a nice guy. he may be eloquent. he may have a million-dollar smile but nobody cares about that stuff anymore. they only care about the economy and jobs and the mountain of debt. >> bill: both you and i believ
place with far-left base defecting. >> if this goes through, barack obama will be in position he will have his shirt tail on fire, his back to the wall, and the bill collector at the door which metaphoric call way of saying is he almost guaranteed if this goes through to have a serious challenge in a democratic primary for president in 2012. >> bill: i think mr. rather is correct. there will be a challenge on the left to barack obama or maybe hillary clinton will reconsider. bottom line, no tax hikes, more angst for the president. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight joining us from washington senior political analyst brit hume. do you all agree it is really about income redistribution. is that true burr under the saddle of the far left. is it not? >> it is because redistributing the income as you suggest is an article of faith among liberals and democrats and path in their view or big part of it to a more just society. it's been that way for a long time. and this compromise that he is forced into really by political circumstance has as you point out angered a lot o
: barack obama left after ten minutes of the join news conference and bill clinton kept on talking and taking questions for another 20 minutes for total half hour. how did the white house team, the obama team react to this president hijacking their podium? >> reporter: well, he is a former president. and, you know, but he very much was comfortable up there. robert gibbs tried to call last questions several before mr. clinton decided to actually depart. he was having a good time, chris. >> chris: don't get between bill clinton and a microphone. wendell goler from the white house. thank you so much. >>> the tax cut deal the president dislikes and many of his fellow democrats despise is never the less winding its way through the political machinery on capitol hill. chief political correspondent carl cameron reports while objections remain, prospects for passage are growing. good evening. >> hi, chris. house democrats are still pretty much seething. the congressional black caucus demanded that the president himself come up to the hill and explain and maybe take a lecture for dealing wi
. >> if it was a comparison in triangulation it was a difference. barack obama said democrats were being sanctimonious and republicans were hostage-takers. there's a different kind of triangulation. polls show it hadn't worked. there's a poll out today that says independents are liking him less and he remainses and continues to have the lowest approval rating since the election and democrats are getting more aggravated. >> bill: i think once of the first of the year starts with the tax code staying the same, we can start to improve the economy. gentlemen, we appreciate. next brit hume will react to the clinton-obama exposition and your money. later, bernie goldberg says we should be praising rich people, @ñçm@; . >> bill: was president obama smart bring in bill clinton as a tax adviser? joining us from washington fox news chief political -- brit hume. what say you? >> i say yes, smart move. bill clinton still has considerable credibility among rank and file democrats including many on the left. people in the public in general remember fondly, particularly the last phases of his presidency when he
is not nearly as strong, in my opinion as barack obama's. yeah, he's a democrat. yeah, he leans left. but does he real to bed every night going oh man i to get that income redistribution? no. he wants an income redistribution for him. he wants money. i never felt that he was a social justice guy. barack obama on the other hand this is his whole life. he wants to go down in history as the champion of the poor. the kennediesque person. the person who took on the establishment that greedy corrupt establishment and spread the wealth to the have nots. that's what he lives for. two different guys. am i wrong? >> i think it is true that barack obama comes at this job and these issues from a position further out on the left than bill clinton ever did. let's not overlook the fact that clinton governed as a left liberal in the first two years -- >> bill: that's what him elected he didn't really beef -- >> that's not right. clinton ran as a centrist. he ran on the promise of a middle class tax cut. he ran on bread and butter centrist issues. he went back on the promise of the middle class tax cut. >> bil
a month after barack obama was elected president, page 16 the "the washington post," they did a story about obama's exercise regimen. they actually talked about how he had the sun glisten off his pectorals and he had a well toned body because he played basketball that kind of embarrassing garbage isn't going to happen anymore because the magic is gone and not as popular as he once was. the point is -- the point is, bill, that with the magic gone, a consensus has developed. the consensus is pretty much. this he may be a nice guy. he may be eloquent. he may have a million-dollar smile but nobody cares about that stuff anymore. they only care about the economy and jobs and the mountain of debt. >> bill: both you and i believe there is a distinct possibility that secretary of state clinton will resign her post and then challenge in the primary in 2012, correct? i know how much hillary clinton wants to be president. she wants to be president more than you want your book to sell 5 million copies. that's a lot. >> that's correct. >> bill: that's a lot. she really wants to be president. >> th
the right wing of your party, did republicans in the end, agree to give barack obama a second stimulus? >> well, this is a compromise and there are parts of the bill i do not like. i know mark zandi, i have looked at his models and disagree with his conclusions, but the demand side keynesian spending stimulus i don't think will work and produce those kinds of results but the worst thing we can do is hit the economy with and across-the-board tax increase with everybody in january and i don't see the bill as a stimulus but preventing further damage from being done to the economy, but not injecting pro-growth into the economy. so, i don't see it as what zandi sees it as but if we don't pass it we will have damage -- >> i don't understand. i understand that stimulus has become a politically loaded word, but why isn't it a stimulus, tax cuts are a stimulus, you guys think they are the best kind of stimulus. >> look, only in washington is not raising taxes considered a tax cut. nobody is getting a tax cut here. we are not cutting taxes, we are preventing tax increases from occurring. if we a
evacuaron a 200 personas. >> el presidente barack obama dijo que su mayor decepcion es lo que pasó con el dream act . >> dijo que en el camino de la reforma migratoria tiene que aprobarse como minimo el dream act . >> el presidente barack obama dijo los beneficios que traerian los estudiantes indocumentados que viven en estados unidos . >> se encontraron los perros que mordieron a una mujer . >> se investigara el caso, la víctima ya fue dada de alta. >> tres moteles de oakland están con problemas ante la ley por la presunta culpa en prostitución infantil . >> estas mujeres rentan cuartos para llevar a los moteles. >> los moteles son tres, algunos negocios mostraron que no se permite la prostitución, otros dicen que tienen cámaras, pero esto no ha sido suficiente a los que pagan o cobran por sexo. >> el dueño del motel dijo que las acusaciones son falsas, ya que desde que tomaron control del motel pidieron ayuda para evitar que las prostitutas ocupen el motel. >> algunas de las prostitutas son niños y no son criminales. >> el problema de la prostitución en oakland es grande . >> el
barack obama puso su firma a una nueva ley para almuerzo escoclar uy tenda 4 mil millones de dólares , tambiñn habrá más niños que califiquen para recibir alimentos. >> tambiñn se vera como deben mejorar el crecimiento de obesisdad. >> el acuerdo con recortes de impuestos , fue probado hoy en el senado , pero cual será el impacto en hispanos. >> el senado voto para un recorte de impuestos , este contador dice que la extension ayudará a las familias hispanas. >> si una pareja gana solo eso , la tasa subira mínimo un 6% , se mantendran crñditos tributarios. >> sigue los crñditos de universidad tambiñn. >> benefcioso , siguen pasando los crñditos ylas personas que compraron las propiedades el años. >> la compañía que recibe esto tendrá incentivos . >> una persona que reemplaza tendrá el trabajo , con nueva personas , al hacer esto , tendrán crñditos especiales con 50 , que las personas que han estado en línea de desempleo por 6 meses. >> dicen que no es el momento de subir impuestos. >> ahora cuando la economía esta recuperandose. >> en el senado los republicanos d
a demandar al presidente barack obama que empiece a proteger a los estudiantes indocumentados, que se acuerde que vamos a votar en el 2012 >>> solamente en los Ángeles, hicieron más de 50 mil llamadas telefónicas en una semana >>> por primera vez en la historia de estas elecciones prandy orton reciben tantas llamadas de nosotros como las de los antiinmigrante, y eo no había ocurrido antes >>> sus familiares y muchos que los apoyan prometen seguir en sus llamadas se enfocan en 4 demócratas, y >>> sabemos que haymuchísimos estuantes que ya se graduaron de la universidad, y eso sería una buena oportunidad para ellos para contribuir a este país >>> el momento es tan decisivo, y emocionalmente han invertido tanto en esto, que organizaciones, tendrán disponibles a aconsejeros para asistir a los más vulnerables en los Ángeles, telemundo >>> la administración obama ha empeñado sus fuerzos y parte de su capital político en nombre del dream act muy buenas tardes, ha dicho que la aprobación será difícil, pero no imposible, qué hace el presidente barack obama, cuántas llamadas ha hecho
a pronto sean os los >>> presidente barack obama dice que se van a enfocar en crear empleos y en la economía, tan pronto se juramentados republicanos la próxima semana. >>> raaect var la economía es e principal desafío para la economía administración del presidente barack obama. >>> si no van a resolver el empleo, el crecimiento será dbil. >>> lo primero es tratar de lidiar con el problema de empleo. >>> hay esperanza porque el acuerdo entre el partido republicano y presidente barack obama, dijo en contra de lo que habían dicho que no se van a poner de acuerdo. >>> republicanos dijeron que la extensión de la era bush, van a servir para in incentivar a la industria para volver a contratar. >>> siempre culpan al gobierno de una economía dñbil. >>> claro que si, porque si tenemos una taza de empleo casi diez%, siempre será peligros, ya sea quié sea que este tl poder. >>> en lo próximos días presidente barack obama deberán nombrar a su nuevo asesor económico que va a tener que luchar contra el desempleo a que grabe próximo año. el aeropuerto a pausa, enseguida rompe
separación de su po repido, tenía 61 años. >>> presidente barack obama es blanco de fuego amigos por llegar a a cuerdo, con republicanos y tuvo que salir a dar explicaciones ♪ no sé si puede esperar ♪ a que amanezca ya. ♪ voy a abrirlo, ♪ ¿ qué será? anoche lo soñe. ♪ ♪ algo para mi habrá. ♪ me he portado bien. ♪ --el presidente 'barack obama" salio en defensa del acuerdo bipartidista que permitira que se extiendan los recortes de impuestos de la era h". . >>> presidente barack obama salió en defensa de acuerdo, bipartidista que permitirá que se stooend el acuerdo de la era bush buscara extender la beneficios fiscales para los que más ganan a cambio presidente barack obama logró que se extendiera el seguro de desempleo para millones de personas. >>> estados unidos un revelador análisis dice que latinos son quienes mantienen enojo ven a la población de país que sigue envejeciendo. >>> esta joven tiene 17 año y llegó a estados unidos hace mpoo más de un año >>> estamos creciendo. >>> se refiere a la gran cantidad de jóvenes hispanos en estados unidos. >>> sie
in the house, ani'm sure he can get reelected. >> the biggest loser of 2010, barack obama. george busch took six years to burn through the political capital and president barack obama did it in two years and suffered through the collapse of the majority in the house. >> best politician. >> chris christie of new jersey, shopping budgets left and right, and 50% support and wanted by republicans to come and speak for them all over america. and may be a vice presidential nominee. >> el floor? >> john bohner. ben in the congress since 1990 part of the gingrich revolution, slipping and sliding and he has inherited the speakership and so far he has done a pretty good job, incorporating the new red hot tea party people, with the corporate republicans. >> monica? >> i will give it to the entire republican party. which was left for dead and called a desiccated relic after the 2008 elections but they have since made like obama care to tax increases. >> i will give it to bill clinton. looking better and better for his legacy and if he was out there selling obama's programs the last year, i think obama w
or not barack obama could get anything done over the next two years. whether the republicans are outplaying him in washington. but then barack obama spent 26 days running circles around the republican leadership in washington and getting stuff done, which means that question about the president's political skills is not as potent as it might have been before the democrats in congress did all of these things that are now scrolling up the screen in the lame duck congress. barack obama signed them. they got done. it if you were worried they couldn't get anything done before, you're no longer worried about those things. if you're not going to fight about whether or not barack obama can get it stuff you done in washington, what are you going to fight with your friends and family about over the holidays? believe it or not, you are going to fight with your friends and family over the holidays about the rules of the senate. >> in 1967. >> hear me out. i swear you are. you really are going to fight about this. here's why. january 5th. mark down january 5th in your calendar. it's the first wednesday of t
's begin with the meeting of the minds today at the white house, bill clinton and barack obama. the huffington post howard fineman and mark penn, a long-time advisor and strategyist to both bill and hillary clinton. >> this is the alliance. you're laughing because there's bill clinton back. he grabbed that podium so fast, he didn't want to leave go of it. >> it was just like old times. >> here he is. let's take a look at president clinton at the white house at the presidential briefing room back home giving advice to the president. speaking to the press. >> i have a general rule whatever he asks me about my advice and whatever i say should become public only if he decides to make it public. he can say whatever he wants. >> what do you think? >> here's what i'll say is that i've been keeping the first lady waiting for about half an hour, so i'm going to take off. >> i don't want to make her mad. please go. >> you're in good hands, and gibbs will call last question. >> thank you. >> this is not the sunshine boys. these guys are in their prime. mark penn, the president needs help.
, barack obama, who gave them a lot of wind in the sales now has abandoned them basically. >> yeah. but that's great for them. as soon as obama got elected the left went into decline because obama was doing what they wanted and the left is a protest movement. that's its nature. >> bill: they attacked fox news. >> targets but the wind went out of their sales. the tea party had all the momentum. now that obama is no longer leading them, they are going to be attacking them. >> bill: who is they know? >> media matters, soros. the far left. >> bill: there is no face to it though. >> no face to the tea party either. >> bill: sarah palin is a face. >> no face to the antiwar movement, cindy whatever her name was, but not really. michael moore kind of. there will be a few faces like that. >> bill: there are a few celebrities. >> the point is they will now spend full time attacking barack obama from moving to the center. >> bill: so they do that and i'm not convinced that that's going to happen. i don't know if the huffington post and media matters is going to attack barack obama. i don't th
as pacifics. it is barack obama now arguing almost what we supply-siders argue that economists are telling him this is going grow the economy and create jobs. he wouldn't have made that argument two years ago. i disagree with your math. i agree with you -- i think the were in a much stronger position than perhaps they knew. they could have held out for a straight up or down vote on the issue of the tax cuts, no? >> that's what i would have done. there's no way the democrats could have allowed the rates to rise for everyone on january 1. and had they don't that and taken the heat for it, republicans would be control of the house, operational control of the senate. over 20 democratic senators up to be reelected in two years. there's a large group of them who will side with republicans on issues like this. they want to be reelected. if you have control of the house. and de facto control of the senate. then in mid january, the republicans could easily have passed an examine . what would the president have done? vetoed it? slaughtly not. i think was unnecessary. >> sean: we have senator jim deminut
public officials in increasing their welfare payments. how did this influence barack obama? when obama lived in new york city between 1983 and 1985, he attended socialist scholars conferences. the conferences are where barack obama first learned about community organizer. they changed barack obama's life. they made him change the career and vocationm organizing. they taught him all of the socialists strategies. we know that he attended scholarship at coopers union in new york in 1983. that conference was awe dressed in frances fox piven. he would have heard her again in 1984. if he attended in 1985, which he possibly did, piven would have been there. so obama would have had many opportunities to learn about cloward and piven and their theories. on the one hand, we know that obama has immensely increased the american welfare state. immensely increased american entitlements through the healthcare legislation. now i don't believe that the obama administration is aiming to ecreate financial and economic crisis right now. he doesn't want to create economic crisis on his own watch because he
a first chance to vote on the tax cut deals struck by president barack obama and the republicans. the white expects the bill to pass that the indian the no. 2 democrat says it could cross-section of senators in the party are ready to accept the deal president barack obama economic adviser is defending the president. >> we cannot afford to do that it's going to be a mistake there is some risk but we will fight that in 2012 we will have been growing our way of out of this and those tax cuts will stand on their own merits which they cannot. in the meantime by making that to your trade we got things on the obama priority list. they are fundamentally important. >> the boeing it would avoid an increase in income-tax for all americans it would also renew jobless benefits and provide a one year cut in social security taxes. >> stock futures played up this morning a busy week for economic reports nothing scheduled today. wal-mart is once again tried to open stores in new york city. after failing twice because of community opposition. staffers at fedex believe they will have the busiest da
according to charles krauthammer. >> so did barack obama and his chief negotiator win this round of deal making with mitch mcconnell? returning to the last word, ed rendell and founder and director on the public and policy priorities and making their last word debut, nbc analyst of the "huffington post" and john from the "wall street journal." all right. we're going to the central question of the night on charles krauthammer's column. he says "barack obama won the great tax-cut showdown of 2010, and house democrats don't have a clue that he did." governor rendell, is krauthammer right? did joe biden sneak one by mitch mcconnell? >> well, i think president obama did very well in the tax deal. but most importantly of all, lawrence, this is going to sound like a cliche but it's true. the american people benefited. if you're in politics, you don't always get what you want to quote the rolling stones. president obama didn't get all that he wanted. we certainly shouldn't be giving a tax cut to millionaires. there's no reason for it. the extension of the estate tax and upping the estate tax thr
-authors. listen, guys, you've watched all of this so closely. the evolution of barack obama on the tax compromise. the liberal democrats, pelosi democrats are up in arms. they're going crazy. senate less so. joe biden is trying to massage them. the president has a news conference today. what is he trying to accomplish with the news conference? >> he has to take control of this, abndrea. barack obama, look at the port rat of him in "game change" and a candidate, he's not proven to the country he's tough or he can change when he needs to and as president he has not fulfill the his pledge as a candidate to bring the country together. he worked with the other party in washington. there's so much at stake for his presidency. we tend to huff and puff and hyperventilate about things. this is a huge moment for him to define not just this deal but himself and the presidency going forward. >> this is barack obama 2.0. this is the president who wants to govern from the middle, but he still has to make sure that he doesn't completely alienate the base. so how does he navigate the very difficult terrain? >> i
, barack obama, president, u.s. and federal district court judge henry hudson ruled that part of president obama's healthcare plan, now law, is unconstitutional. that unconstitutional provision is known in bureaucratic argot as the individual mandate. the individual mandate mandates that all americans carry healthcare insurance or they get fined. that fine ranges from $750 per individual, to $2,250 per household. big money. the obama administration pinned its hopes of making health insurance obligatory on the u.s. constitution and its commerce clause. quote, the congress shall have power to regulatecommerce wi foreignationand among the several states and with the indian tribes, unquote. article 1, section 8, clause 3. mr. obama argues that the health insurance costs for the uninsured are passed on to the insured, impacting the entire national market. >> it goes beyond the power that congress has under the commerce clause of the constitution. >> ag cuccinelli says the commerce clause has never em powered the government to force anyone to buy health insurance. and federal district court judg
of this influence barack obama? when barack obama lived in new york city between 1983 and 1985, he attended socialist scholars conferences. those conferences is where he first learned of community organizing and the conferences changed barack obama's life. they made him embrace the career and community organizing and taught him all of the socialist strategies. we know that obama for example attended scholars conference in cooper union, new york, in 1963. that was addressed by frances fox piven in the opening. he would have heard her again in 1984. if he attended in 1985, which he possibly did, piven would have been there. obama would have had opportunity to learn about piven and cloward and theories. we know that he's increased the american welfare state, immensely increased entitlements through the healthcare legislation. i don't believe that the obama administration is create a financial, economic crisis right now. he doesn't want to create economic crisis on his own watch because he'd be held responsible apt politically punished. but i think that obama is flirting with a fiscal crisis in
to be in court today. >> president barack obama and extending the bush era tax cuts. >> and things are nice and drying, out there you can see from their roof on van ness avenue in san francisco clear right now what are we in store for? >> we are keeping an eye on the rain we see some dropping and tomorrow but for today we will stay dry just cloud cover out there and morning fog in the north bay. the rain sets in tomorrow so we will take you through the time line here is a look at your temperatures. we are cooler than where we were yesterday at this time 49 interest in francisco 44 for san rosa overture livermore valley temperatures in mid 40's down into the suspect's steer afternoon highs in the '60s getting up to 64 san rosa 60 and san rafael 61 in san francisco. if you plan to be outdoors best bet get it done today looks like it will be the last fall dry day for a while. 64 fremont 653 san jose. lets take you through the time line as we head into the morning hours to more the best chance of seeing rain will be up in the north bay back we could see some moderate downpours through petaluma
's favorite president for a whole bunch of reasons, diminishing barack obama. the media were aglow in the campaign of 2008. singing his praises and he could walk on water, if not part of the water and now he needs to bring in bill clinton to get legislation through. if that isn't a sign he is diminished capacity, i don't know what is. >> kelly: charles krauthammer, wrote, barack obama is now the comeback kid. he got the tax bill passed and signed, nothing's perceived like this. >> exactly, pigs fly. obama figured it out. if you're a leftist president governing a centrist country and you do a deal with republicans, that gives your base trouble, it's probably going to be popular with the american people, which it was. >> he's got his work cut out for him. a fox news poll this week asked whether mr. obama will be reelected in 2012. the yeses, you can see there 29%, nos said 64%, so, how does, i guess, the new barack obama, how does that shape the coverage going forward, jim. >> remember, the media loves news. okay, so the news that obama is a president, shrunk, is news for a while and
, and he fired seven cabinet members . that is totally applicable here. barack obama turn on the most were most loyal. nobody in the white house lost a job on november 2. many in the house did. this the sort of loyalty the white house showed them. >> on thursday, house democrats sent nancy pelosi a letter calling the deal closely unfair. the president argues that the deal is all about the economy. >> i think that is right, and the economy will benefit. there is legitimate -- there are criticisms that it is way too generous to very rich people who will not spend money. but there is a second stimulus and hear that most economists say we need in the very short run. we cannot start paying off the debt until we actually recover. you know, that is why it is a good deal for the economy. >> mark, in "the new york times" on friday, your "newshour" polley david brooks says that the president is reminding independent voters why they liked him in the first place. >> no, i don't think that is the case here at all. the question about every conservative that comes to office is does he have compassion, do
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